Congratulations Lauren and Todd
Last Saturday we photographed Lauren and Todd’s beautiful wedding. This wedding was full of wonderful details everywhere you looked. It was fun to see the months of planning come together. One of the first things that I noticed was the fun flowers on the dining table. Katie from Katie Elfers Inspired Floral Design did an amazing job creating a flower girl purse! I want one of those now too! Lauren’s flower girl has great taste, she actually preferred her necklace over her doll bride gift at the rehearsal dinner so the flower purse idea was perfect for her. When we arrived at the hotel for photos, Lauren and Todd had a nice special moment to see each other and then we took the formal photos. We also got to sneak a peak of the transformation in progress of the ballroom. Their ceremony was at the grand St. Boniface Church. I could see why they were so excited to be married there and why Todd really wanted lots of fisheye photos! Since we were able to capture all of the formal photos before the ceremony, the bride and groom were able to be announced during their cocktail hour and get right into the fun of the reception. The ballroom at the Kingsgate Marriott looked stunning! Goodwin Lighting did a great job of setting the mood with all of their lights. I love how the cake by DessertWorks Cakery complimented the design of the bride’s dress. Once the party got started there was a ton of fun music thanks to Greg from Greg Lee Music. I loved watching the couple do their first dance together. It was nice to see them so happy together. Lauren and Todd, your wedding was beautiful and we are so glad we could be there to capture it for you. Todd I think we took plenty of great fisheye photos for you hehe! To their wonderful friends and family – thanks for being so nice to work with. It was so nice to meet you at the rehearsal dinner and to see you on the wedding day. And a special thanks to Jamie’s parents for recommending us (we photographed Jamie and Brian’s wedding in 2008).
I loved these favors! The fun Candy Apples were from Fawn Candy.